Iran’s gold market on the verge of collapse
Price fluctuations on the gold market in Iran have led to stagnation to the extent that it is on the verge of collapse.
Oil and gas refinery closes in Iran
The privately-owned Pirouzi Oil and Gas Refinery in Shahroud, eastern Iran, has had to close down due to a lack of charge. All 680 workers have been laid off.
Tehran’s bazaar is on strike
Iran’s economy is facing unusual times. IMF reports that Iran has the leading economic growth among oil-rich countries in the region on the one hand, and the price of some goods, cars, gold, and housing is climbing sharply on the other.
Winged Iranian man remains in Pasargad
A two and a half meter relief of a winged Iranian human is not going to be moved from the Achaemenid area of Pasargad. His position has been fixed and according to the director of Pasargad World Heritage Base, a complete preservation work in a very principled way is carried out in accordance with international standards.